Microsoft has heavily discounted Xbox One X consoles globally

Brad Stephenson

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As part of this year’s Black Friday sales, Microsoft has heavily discounted its Xbox One S and Xbox One X consoles in most major markets around the world on the numerous official Microsoft websites.

On the USA Microsoft site, the regular Xbox One X has had its price slashed from $499 to $399 with a $100 saving while the new Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundle, which contains the console and game, has been reduced by $70. The Xbox One S Minecraft bundle is now $100 cheaper and is selling for just $199. You can see all of the discounted USA Xbox One consoles here.

Even bigger savings are happening in Australia with entirely new Xbox One X and S console bundles that offer savings of AU$199.75 (around US$150). Most of the bundles consist of an Xbox One X or Xbox One S console, five video games, and TV tuner with the X bundles going for AU$549 and the S ones selling for AU$299.

The level of discounts being offered does differ between regions but most international Microsoft websites are offering savings of some kind.

This is a pretty good opportunity to upgrade to an Xbox One X or S console for a fraction of the price it would usually cost. Many Xbox One video games are also currently discounted in the Microsoft Store.

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